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Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, Ruthin

Price - £750,000

Reception Rooms: 5 | Bedrooms: 5 | Bathrooms: 2

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Property Overview

  • Highly Appointed Det House
  • Sitting Room, Snug, Study
  • Dining Room & Conservatory
  • Bespoke Tegla Kitchen
  • 5 Beds, Bathroom & Ensuite
  • Stables, Tack Room, Barn & Garages
  • Gardens & Land - about 8.6 acres

***SALE AGREED. CONTACT YOUR LOCAL AGENT WITH 25 YEARS EXPERIENCE***. A greatly extended and highly appointed 5 bedroom house together with a central yard with stables, large barn and garages, established gardens and land the whole extending to about 8.6 acres. Standing in a slightly elevated position with splendid views across The Vale about 0.5 mile from Graigfechan and 3.5 miles from Ruthin, the sale provides a unique opportunity to acquire a versatile smallholding. The house affords front and rear halls, cloaks & w.c; a splendid sitting room, snug, study, dining room and bespoke Tegla kitchen with Aga, Conservatory, Utility room, First floor Landing, master bedroom with Tegla furnishings and en-suite, 4 bedrooms and bathroom. Private drive to a central yard with three former farm buildings providing stables, tack room and garage. Barn, Enclosed kitchen garden and large informal grounds.


The property is about 0.75 mile from Llanfair Dyffryn Clwyd, a small rural village standing on the A525(T) Wrexham Road some 2 miles from Ruthin. There is a Primary School, Inn and Church to its centre, whilst the nearby market town provides an ideal range of facilities to include secondary schools and leisure facilities. The village of Graigfechan is only 0.5 mile distant with popular Inn.


Canopy entrance with a panelled and glazed door with matching panels to either side leading to:


14'0" x 5'8" (4.27m x 1.73m)

With a fine staircase rising off with painted spindles and traditional pine newel and balustrade. Oak flooring, dado rail and panelled radiator.


14'6" inc bay x 12'2" (4.42m inc bay x 3.71m)

Splay bay window to the front elevation with far reaching westerly views across the Vale, ornate cast-iron fireplace with large slate hearth and open fire grate, picture rail, dado rail, tv point and radiator.


17'2" x 6'10" (ave) (5.23m x 2.08m ( ave))

From the front hall, a panelled door opens to the central hall, with a panelled and glazed door leading to the rear elevation where there is a deep covered canopy and access to the driveway. Enclosed understairs cupboard, oak flooring and radiator.


White suite comprising wash basin with tiled splashback and low level wc. Double glazed window, oak flooring and radiator.


22'6" (max) x 15'2" (6.86m ( max) x 4.62m)

A very spacious and highly appointed room which affords a high degree of natural light with two double glazed sash windows overlooking the eastern elevation of the house and double glazed doors opening to the western side. Ornate Adam style fireplace with traditional pine surround, cast-iron insert and a raised slate topped hearth, ceiling downlighters, picture rail, dado rail, oak flooring and radiator.

STUDY ('L' shaped)

11'1" x 9'9" (3.38m x 2.97m)

Two double glazed windows, ceiling downlighters and radiator.


15'0" x 12'3" (4.57m x 3.73m)

Splay bay window to the western side of the house, white painted fire surround with cast-iron insert and a polished granite hearth, oak flooring and radiator. Archway to adjoining kitchen.


15'2" x 12'2" (4.62m x 3.71m)

Highly appointed with a bespoke range of Tegla cupboards and drawers with white painted finish to door and drawer fronts to a Shaker style with contrasting solid granite and beech working surfaces to include a central dais. Oil fired cream enamelled two oven AGA to a mock fire surround with fitted cabinets to either side, white glazed twin bowl Belfast sink with macerator, space for slot-in LPG cooker, glazed display cabinets and open shelving. Partially vaulted ceiling with Velux roof light, ceiling downlighters, pleasing views across the Vale and terracotta style ceramic tile flooring.


12'2" x 7'10" (3.71m x 2.39m)

Fitted work tops to one side with void and plumbing for washing machine. Oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and heating, fitted sink and shelving. Part glazed door to the side.


16'7" x 13'1" (5.05m x 3.99m)

Amdega bespoke conservatory with double glazed windows to three sides and a high pitched glazed roof with automated vents. Fully fitted blinds, riven stone tiled floor and twin glazed doors opening to a westerly facing patio. Underfloor electric heating.


28'6" (max) x 7'11" (max) (8.69m ( max) x 2.41m ( max))

With study area to the rear, two windows, dado rail and radiator.


19'3" (max) x 14'1" (max) (5.87m ( max) x 4.29m ( max))

Forming part of the large extension to the north-western side of the house, it has a bespoke range of Tegla furnishings comprising two double, one single door wardrobes, open shelving, central dressing table with mirror and locker storage cupboards over. Windows with views across the Vale and two panelled radiators.


8'4" x 4'10" (2.54m x 1.47m)

White suite comprising walk-in cubicle with glazed screen and high output power shower, pedestal wash basin and wc. Slate flooring, mirror fronted medicine cabinet, extractor fan and combination towel radiator. Underfloor electric heating.


12'2" x 12'0" (3.71m x 3.66m)

Single glazed sash window to the western elevation with far reaching views along the Vale towards St Peters Church in Ruthin and towards the North Wales coast, and panelled radiator.


12'2" x 12'0" (3.71m x 3.66m)

Single glazed sash window with far reaching views along the Vale towards St Peters Church in Ruthin and towards the North Wales coast, and panelled radiator.


12'2" x 7'9" (3.71m x 2.36m)

Deep recess ideal for fitted wardrobes and panelled radiator.


10'2" x 7'9" (3.10m x 2.36m)

Two windows and panelled radiator.


12'4" x 7'10" (3.76m x 2.39m)

White suite comprising a large shaped bath with combination shower and tap unit, large corner cubicle with glazed screen, electric shower and integrated glass shelving, pedestal wash basin and wc. Painted panelling to dado, airing cupboard with pre-lagged cylinder, mirror fronted medicine cabinet, ceiling downlighters, slate flooring and radiator and towel radiator.


The property stands in an elevated setting amidst grounds of about 8.6 acres in total. It is approached over a long and sweeping tarmacadam driveway which extends up to a central yard around which former farm buildings and stables are situated and thereafter the driveway extends to the eastern elevation of the house.


Mainly brick built they provide :


17'6" x 10' (5.33m x 3.05m)

Providing a single garage with timber panelled doors in and three stables measuring approximately 5.33m x 3.99m (17'6" x 13'1"), 5.33m x 3.89m (17'6" x 12'9") and a large tack room/stable measuring 5.33m x 3.05m (17'6" x 10'0") approximately.


Former stock shed divided into two rooms measuring approximately 5.54m x 5.41m (18'2" x 17'9") and 5.54m x 4.57m (18'2" x 15'0") - the latter used for general storage.


57'10" x 32'0" (17.63m x 9.75m)

Outbuilding providing two stables and large open fronted lean-to barn, of timber frame construction with corrugated metal sheeting.

21'0" x 21'0" (6.40m x 6.40m)


The formal gardens surround the eastern and western side of the house, being mainly lawned with mature beech hedging to the majority. There are established borders with many specimen plants and young trees together with patio and an enclosed kitchen garden.


The land is divided into two main enclosures, one to the front with extensive road frontage and gate access from the yard and the lower drive; the other a large field to the rear of the house, all laid down to permanent pasture. A plan of the land and gardens is available at our Ruthin office.


Denbighshire County Council - Council Tax Band G.


From the Agent's Ruthin Office proceed down Well Street and on reaching the junction with Station Road bear right and follow the road out of town for some 2 miles. On entering the village of Llanfair DC continue past the White Horse Inn and take the left turning signposted Graigfechan. Follow the country lane to the staggered crossroads and turn right and continue on the B5429 towards Graigfechan. After some 500 yards the property will be seen set back from the road on the left.


By appointment through the Agent's Ruthin office 01824 703030.

FLOOR PLANS - included for identification purposes only, not to scale.


St Peters Square,
Denbighshire. LL15 1AE

Tel: 01824 703030